VMware VCAP-DCV Design 2022 Certification Exam Syllabus

3V0-21.21 Dumps Questions, 3V0-21.21 PDF, VCAP-DCV Design 2022 Exam Questions PDF, VMware 3V0-21.21 Dumps Free, VCAP-DCV Design 2022 Official Cert Guide PDFThe VMware 3V0-21.21 exam preparation guide is designed to provide candidates with necessary information about the VCAP-DCV Design 2022 exam. It includes exam summary, sample questions, practice test, objectives and ways to interpret the exam objectives to enable candidates to assess the types of questions-answers that may be asked during the VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Data Center Virtualization (VCAP-DCV) exam.

It is recommended for all the candidates to refer the 3V0-21.21 objectives and sample questions provided in this preparation guide. The VMware VCAP-DCV Design 2022 certification is mainly targeted to the candidates who want to build their career in Data Center Virtualization domain and demonstrate their expertise. We suggest you to use practice exam listed in this cert guide to get used to with exam environment and identify the knowledge areas where you need more work prior to taking the actual Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.x exam.

VMware 3V0-21.21 Exam Summary:

Exam Name Advanced Design VMware vSphere 7.x (VCAP-DCV Design 2022)
Exam Code 3V0-21.21
Exam Price $450 USD
Duration 150 minutes
Number of Questions 60
Passing Score 300 / 500
Recommended Training / Books VMware vSphere: Design [V7]
Schedule Exam PEARSON VUE
Sample Questions VMware 3V0-21.21 Sample Questions
Recommended Practice VMware Certified Advanced Professional - Data Center Virtualization (VCAP-DCV) Practice Test

VMware VCAP-DCV Design 2022 Syllabus:

Section Objectives
Architectures and Technologies - Differentiate between conceptual, logical and physical elements of a design
- Differentiate between functional and non-functional requirements
- Differentiate between Availability, Manageability, Performance, Recoverability, Scalability and Security (AMPRSS)
VMware Products and Solutions  
Planning and Designing - Gather and analyze functional requirements
  • Gather and analyze service-level agreement (SLA) requirements
  • Gather network, storage and compute requirements
  • Gather workload design requirements
  • Gather capacity and performance requirements

- Gather and analyze non-functional requirements

  • Determine security requirements for a vSphere design
  • Determine data protection requirements for a vSphere design
  • Determine business continuity requirements for a vSphere design
  • Determine disaster recovery requirements for a vSphere design
  • Determine compliance requirements for a vSphere design

- Determine risks, constraints and assumptions for a design
- Create a vCenter Server logical design

  • Design a single-site, multi-site, multi-region deployment
  • Define a virtual data center design
  • Determine availability requirements for vCenter Server

- Create a vSphere cluster logical design

  • Differentiate between workload or management clusters
  • Define a workload cluster design Objective

- Create a vSphere host logical design

  • Recommend compute resource requirements
  • Identify and address scalability requirements
  • Determine hypervisor deployment method

- Create a vSphere network logical design

  • Determine network protocol needs
  • Design network segregation for different traffic types
  • Determine physical and virtual networking topology

- Create a vSphere storage logical design

  • Determine storage topology needs (e.g., SAN, local, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure or HCI)
  • Evaluate storage protocols based on a given scenario/requirements
  • Determine different storage segregation techniques based on a given scenario
  • Determine physical and storage connectivity topology

- Create a workload logical design

  • Determine workload sizing
  • Determine workload placement

- Create a vCenter Server physical design

  • Determine the correct sizing for vCenter Server based on workload requirements
  • Map clusters to logical design Objective

- Create a vSphere cluster physical design

  • Determine the appropriate Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), Predictive Distributed Resource Scheduler (pDRS), and Distributed Power Management (DPM) configurations based on requirements
  • Determine the appropriate Proactive High Availability/High Availability configurations based on requirements
  • Determine the appropriate vSphere Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) configurations based on requirements
  • Determine the appropriate cluster size based on requirements Objective

- Create a vSphere host physical design

  • Identify the hypervisor deployment method
  • Determine the appropriate host size based on requirements
  • Determine the appropriate host configurations (network adapters, local storage, RAID controller) based on requirements

- Create a vSphere network physical design

  • Determine bandwidth needs based on requirements
  • Determine NIC teaming and load balancing methods
  • Design VMkernel adapters based on requirements
  • Determine Network I/O Control (NIOC) configurations based on requirements
  • Determine switch type (standard vs distributed) based on requirements

- Create a vSphere storage physical design

  • Determine storage multi-pathing and load balancing methods
  • Determine the Storage DRS configuration
  • Determine appropriate datastore configurations based on requirements
  • Determine the physical storage design based on requirements
  • Determine appropriate storage policy based on requirements

- Create a workload physical design based on application requirements

  • Determine workload virtual hardware (e.g., number of network interface cards (NICs) and type of NIC)
  • Design content library topology
Installing, Configuring, and Setup  
Performance-tuning, Optimization, Upgrades  
Troubleshooting and Repairing  
Administrative and Operational Tasks  
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